Jabra Announces Elite 75t Earbuds

Posted on 16th January, 2020

Jabra Announces Elite 75t Earbuds

Sound specialists, Jabra, 3D-scanned thousands of ears globally to find the ideal size for comfort and fit when developing its new Elite 75t Earbuds. 

The result, says Jabra, means a secure fit that’s suitable for most ears and an ergonomic shape that practically makes them ‘disappear’ while using them for extended periods for music and phone calls. 

These unbelievably small earbuds offer “premium sound” and utilise four-microphone technology to ensure crystal-clear calls. 

Said to offer an incredible 28-hours of battery life on one charge, the devil is in the detail: while a basic charge will keep the buds going for up to 7.5 hours, the timing will increase to up to 28 hours with the charging case. The fast-charging feature offers one hour of playback time from 15 minutes of charging.

Jabra’s sister company is GN Hearing, which promotes itself as “the only company with world-leading expertise in the human auditory system, sound and speech, wireless technologies, and software development linking deep insight and knowledge from both the hearing aid and the headset industries – all under one roof.” 

GN Hearing’s expertise is gleaned by Jabra and utilised with the 75t. They’re Jabra’s fourth-generation earbuds, so it’s fair to assume that they got things right the first time, and then improved with each iteration. 

Jabra’s Regional Product Marketing Manager for Asia Pacific, Xuanling Lu, told StereoNET

We are excited to introduce the most comfortable and long-lasting addition to our award-winning Elite range of true wireless earbuds. On top of delivering premium sound, the Elite 75t delivers smaller, better-fitting earbuds with longer battery life.

Other features of the Elite 75t buds include Jabra’s latest noise and wind-reducing algorithms, which make taking calls anywhere less stressful; adding magnets to the charging case; instant connection to Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant; and access to the Jabra Sound+ app, which allows (amongst other things) users to customise their music profiles using an equaliser. 

Available soon, the Jabra Elite 75t earbuds will be available in a variety of colours depending on the region. Pricing has not yet been announced.

For more information, visit Jabra.


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    Gary Steel

    Gary has spent the last 40 years reviewing thousands of albums, interviewing thousands of musicians and cultivating his tinnitus at thousands of gigs. He’s also edited hi-fi magazines, and administrates ‘entertainment for grownups’ site Witchdoctor.

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